This morning a few minutes before my mom was about to get up her mirror pretty much exploded from the wall. She is so lucky she didnt get up yet. From my room it was like an earthquake. Our house is about 10 years old and i think that mirror has been there the whole time. Also, i took pictures.


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Years ago my mom worked at the Red Cross and since she left that job the chapter fell apart in our county and we now have no Disaster Relief team. I was wondering how I’d go about getting a job at another county working for that or if some other place offers a Disaster Relief thing where you go out of the state to help people that have been in a flood, fire or something else like that.

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Hey everyone, this isn’t really a question but its more of something I would like everybody to participate in so here it is:
There are a lot of people in Haiti right now that are homeless because of the earthquake with children and babies, etc. if you may please donate clothes that don’t fit you anymore, or clothes you are planning to throw out, please just donate it to the people in haiti because its such a good deed and you wont even know how proud you will be later. Its very important now. Just try imagining you as a homeless person and people giving you things you need, I’d be very grateful so please go ahead and donate. The reason Im writing this now is because my mom works as a doctor, an she has a lot of patients who are sick beacuse they cant contact w/ their relatives there and many had died. This made me want to donate and I spent about 3 hours taking out all my clothes and old baby toys that I dont use,to give to them so please donate. Thanks everybody! you can reply by saying what you donated or etc.

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Well I was in Vietnam since the beginning of summer, and just today, i figure out there was a earthquake in Los Angeles (Can someone give some details on that) Also, when will the big one hit and how would it affect Westminster in California??? Also how can I convince my family to be serious about this, my mom and sister think i’m lieing and won’t be serious about this, they even think earthquakes probably can’t happen in California. My dad is the only one being serious about this one. Help please

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Please rate this poem 1-100 as harsh as possible and give the most detailed criticism, thanks so much!?
“Son of a Witch”

All in a haste come a flurry of hits
Like a pile of falling pissed off bricks
The expected eruptions cause explosion
Inventing fear from concrete devotion
With constant tremor inside his head
His panic stirs his conscious dead
As the trembles settle, realizes too late
He’s the earthquake maker, dealt unlucky fate

Lying on the floor in his own disgust
A moment after a clashing thrust
The dizziness drowning out her full intent
There’s nothing left but the smell of resent
Lazily twitching like a thirsty sunfish
Hopeless like a puppy near a vacant dish
He’s eight years old and mom’s enemy
The carpet stain was her last memory
Also guess how old I am.

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“The Earthquake Maker”

All in a sudden come a flurry of hits
Like a pile of falling pissed off bricks
The expected eruptions causing explosion
Inventing fear off from concrete devotion
With steadfast tremor inside his head
His panic stirs his conscious dead
And trembles settle, but realizes too late
He’s the earthquake maker, dealt unlucky fate

Lying on the floor in his own disgust
A moment after a clashing thrust
The dizziness drowning out her full intent
There’s nothing left but the smell of resent
Lazily twitching like a dried up sunfish
Hopeless like a puppy in an empty food dish
You’re eight years old and mom’s enemy
The carpet stain was her last memory

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“The Earthquake Magnet”

All of a sudden you know you’re hit
Like a pile of falling pissed off bricks
The inevitable eruption you’re so afraid of
Spins in a hate you were supposed to love
That steadfast tremor inside your head
As the panic shakes your conscious dead
And after the trembles settle you realize too late
You’re an earthquake magnet dealt unlucky fate

Laying on the floor in your own disgust
A moment after a clashing thrust
The dizziness drowns out the noisy shrieks
Now nothing but the smell of your own stench reeks
Lazily twitching like a dried up sunfish
Hopeless like a puppy in an empty food dish
You’re eight years old and mom’s enemy
A carpet stain her last memory

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“The Earthquake Magnet”

All of a sudden you know you’re hit
Like a pile of falling pissed off bricks
The inevitable eruption you’re so afraid of
Spins in a hate you were supposed to love
That steadfast tremor inside your head
As the panic shakes your conscious dead
And after the trembles settle you realize too late
You’re an earthquake magnet dealt unlucky fate

Laying on the floor in your own disgust
A moment after a clashing thrust
The dizziness drowns out the noisy shrieks
Now nothing but the smell of your own stench reeks
Lazily twitching like a dried up sunfish
Hopeless like a puppy in an empty food dish
You’re eight years old and mom’s enemy
A carpet stain her last memory

-thinkbox08
Still not completely done so give your advice for improvement thanks!

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“Son of a Witch”

All in a haste come a flurry of hits
Like a pile of falling pissed off bricks
The expected eruptions cause explosion
Inventing fear from concrete devotion
With constant tremor inside his head
His panic stirs his conscious dead
As the trembles settle, realizes too late
He’s the earthquake maker, dealt unlucky fate

Lying on the floor in his own disgust
A moment after a clashing thrust
The dizziness drowning out her full intent
There’s nothing left but the smell of resent
Lazily twitching like a thirsty sunfish
Hopeless like a puppy near a vacant dish
He’s eight years old and mom’s enemy
The carpet stain was her last memory

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I had been a little skeptical about that until the late 1980’s. I live in the midwest where we have some quakes, the New Madrid Fault. I lived next to a house where there was a dog and I had an 8 week old puppy.
3 minutes or so before the 4.5 or so quake, the other dog, a hound, started to howl, and I thought it was sick (it was old) and my puppy literally jumped up in my arms. I thought she was reacting to the other dog’s howling. Just then I felt something and heard a roar, like a loud engine or something, but did not really realize it was a quake at first. I went inside a minute later and my Mom said, "Did you feel the earthquake"? A minute later radio and tv were talking about the quake. This was in St. Louis in 1987 or 1988. It was probably less than a 5 on the Richter scale. But the dogs reacted a full minute-3 minutes ahead of time.

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